I have a HTPC, running WINDOWS 10, Intel i7-4770, 8 GB RAM, GeForce GTX 6600, ASUS BW-16D1HT player, ANYDVD purchased, and a Samsung UN65KS9000 4K TV. I store my DVDs, and BluRays, on Dlink NAS RAIDs in ISO form, and I've never had an issue with ANYDVD and any disk I wanted to back up and play with Virtual Clone Drive, and POWERDVD 14. Now for the new frontier: 4K UHD's. The ASUS disc player was just purchased because it is on the "friendly" list.With my limited understanding, there are two ways to see the movie on the screen: A)1) buy 4K UHD movie. 2) put in official player, 3) have KABY LAKE motherboard with enough RAM and correct onboard video HDMI output. 4) have approved HDMI cable to correct HDMI input on the 4K TV,5) have Windows 10 operating system, and PowerDVD 17. OK that should play the 4k UHD. Now the other way B) 1)My hardware system to RIP the 4K UHD ISO to my RAID, using ANYDVD. Here's where I lose the path... Virtual Clone Drive will or won't mount the 4K UHD on my RAID? If it won't, what's the step I'm missing?